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horse trading

noun [U] ( or horse-trading)
 
 
informal
clever, and often difficult, discussions in which people or organizations try to make a business arrangement, and each tries to get something more favourable to them: There was much horse trading as the conference tried to agree targets for reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
Translations of “horse trading”
in Chinese (Traditional) (私下裡進行的對雙方都有好處的)討價還價…
in Chinese (Simplified) (私下里进行的对双方都有好处的)讨价还价…
(Definition of horse trading from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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